Analyzing water challenges in Mexico from a multi-stakeholder perspective
On 23 November 2021, the Consejo Consultivo del Agua (CCA) and 2030 WRG hosted a meeting with representatives from the private and civil society sectors and World Bank Water Global Practice Manager for Latin America David Michaud and Senior Water Sector Specialist for Mexico Jean Martin Brault. The meeting, that was chaired by CCA President Raúl Rodríguez, allowed participants to discuss current and pressing water resources challenges faced in Mexico. Additionally, the World Bank’s team shared views on regional perspectives and on current related initiatives implemented in the region and globally.
Participants included numerous CCA members –Nestlé, Grupo Bal, Grupo Modelo/ABInveb, Coca-Cola Femsa, Constellation Brands, and several individual members– and other strategic allies, such as the National Association of Water Utilities (ANEAS), the National Association of Irrigation Users (ANUR), the Nacional Agriculture and Livestock Council (CNA) , the Mexican Association of Hydraulics (AMH), and the Private Sector Commission for Sustainable Development Studies (CESPEDES) of the Business Coordination Council (CCE).